Exercise 11.13.1 Gage R&R Crossed A Gage R&R study has been conducted with 3 operators, 3 repeats and 14 parts. The study does not have a historical StDev or Tolerance. Form a Gage run chart and then conduct the analysis of the Gage R&R Study and then answer the questions shown below. The data in File 12 MSA.xlsx worksheet Exercise1. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) Does the Gage Run Chart indicate any particular types of problem? How is the measurement system rated? What is the biggest issue for the study, is it repeatability or reproducibility? If there are repeatability issues who is causing them? Are there any other issues? 20th June 2016 2
1. 2. 3. Click Stat Quality Tools Gage Study Gage Run Chart Enter the column headings as shown into the main menu. Click OK to execute the procedure. Porthos is having repeatability issues. He is probably causing reproducibility issues with the other operators. I would estimate that repeatability is more of an issue than reproducibility. 20th June 2016 3
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Click Assistant Measurement System Analysis Click on the Gage R&R Study (Crossed) box which is used for continuous data. The test menu opens. Enter the data columns into the menu as shown. In the Process Variation section click on the radio button to estimate process variation from parts in the study. Click OK to execute the procedure. Starting on the top left of the Summary Report, the decision bar indicates that the measurement system is unacceptable as it contributes 37.6% of the observed variation. The Variation by Source Chart shows that the biggest issue for this study is repeatability. 20th June 2016 4
On the Variation Report the Operator by Part Interaction plot shows Aramis and Athos agree fairly consistently but Porthos’s measurements contain more variation. The Operator Main Effects plot shows the Porthos’s is measuring at slightly lower average value than the others. The higher spread in his measurement can also be seen. 20th June 2016 The Retest Ranges plot shows the evident repeatability issue shown in terms of measurement range. Porthos had even more problems with part 8. The study table shows that there was a significant operator part interaction. This means that one or more of the operators ability to measure is dependant upon the part he is measuring. 5
Example 11.13.2 Conduct an Attribute Agreement Analysis Data collection for an Attribute Agreement Analysis has been conducted with 3 operators, 2 repeats and 40 parts. Conduct the analysis and answer the questions shown below and then answer the questions shown below. The data in File 11 MSA.xlsx worksheet Exercise2. 1) How is the good appraisal system? 2) Are any of the Appraisers different from the other Appraisers? 3) Are any of the parts difficult to appraise? 4) Are the appraisers failing more good parts or passing bad parts? 20th June 2016 6
1. 2. 3. Click Assistant Measurement System Analysis Click on the Attribute Agreement Analysis box which is used to assess appraisers. Complete the menu as shown and click on OK to execute the procedure. On the Summary Report, the accuracy rating is 86.3% and this sounds good but we can’t tell if the Appraisal system is good as there are no standard values for acceptance. On the Accuracy Report we can see that the 95%CI’s for the Appraisers overlap so we cannot say that any of them are measuring differently. 20th June 2016 7
On the Accuracy Report we see that the 95%CI’s for the accurate appraisal for good and bad parts overlap so we cannot say that they are different. 20th June 2016 From the Misclassification report it would appear that part 22 is difficult to appraise. It keeps getting rated good when it is defective. 8
The data in File 11 MSA.xlsx worksheet Exercise2. 1) How is the good appraisal system? 2) Are any of the Appraisers different from the other Appraisers? 3) Are any of the parts difficult to appraise? 4) Are the appraisers failing more good parts or passing bad parts? 20th June 2016 7 1. Click Assistant Measurement System Analysis
INDEX PRESENTATION 5 THE THUMB 7 MECHANICAL EXERCISES 8 SECTION 1 THUMB Exercise 1 12 Exercise 2 13 Exercise 3 - 4 14 Exercise 5 15 Estudio 1 16 SECTION 2 THUMB WITH JUMPS Exercise 6 17 Exercise 7 - 8 18 Exercise 9 19 Exercise 10 20 Exercise 11 - 12 21 Estudio 6 22 SECTION 3 GOLPE Exercise 13 23 Exercise 14 24 Exercise 15 25 Exercise 16 - 17 26 Exercise 18 27 .
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CLIMATE-SMART AGRICULTURE TRAINING MANUAL iv Exercises Exercise A.1 Introduction to the training course 18 Exercise A.2 Weather and climate 18 Exercise A.3 Global Warming 18 Exercise A.4 Changes in rainfall 18 Exercise A.5 The greenhouse effect 19 Exercise A.6 Climate change in your area 19 Exercise B.1 Understanding the effects of future climate change 43
TRX Power Stretch. Round 4, Exercise 1 Round 4, Exercise 2 Round 4, Exercise 3 Round 4, Exercise 4 Round 4, Exercise 5 Round 4, Exercise 6. Block 5 – Hamstring/Folds (Adjustment: mid length) EXERCISE SETS REPS / TIME SET REST TRAN
2. Selecting an exercise 4 2.1 Scoping the exercise 4 2.2 Setting the aims and objectives 4 2.3 Types of exercise 5 2.4 Choosing the type of exercise 6 2.4.1 What is being tested? 6 2.4.2 What resources are available? 7 3. Planning the exercise 9 3.1 Exercise management team 9 3.2 Exercise plan 9 3.3 Target audience 10
EXERCISE 17 Spinal Cord Structure and Function 277 EXERCISE 18 Spinal Nerves 287 EXERCISE 19 Somatic Reflexes 299 EXERCISE 20 Brain Structure and Function 309 EXERCISE 21 Cranial Nerves 333 EXERCISE 22 Autonomic Nervous System Structure and Function APPENDIX C: 343 EXERCISE 23 General Senses 355 E
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